Will legislation that legalizes marijuana usage with a doctor’s recommendation go up in smoke?
Features Clifton Adcock
A state Senate committee bogarted a bill designed to legalize medical
marijuana in Oklahoma by refusing to hold hearings on any of its
assigned legislation this session, effectively keeping the measure
hostage until next session.
Commentary Chris Smith
In May 2009, Sen. Glenn Coffee and fellow legislators announced the
passing of a comprehensive lawsuit reform package. Everyone lauded its
passage. Why then are Republicans back again with more legislation on
the same issue?
Commentary Charlie Meadows
House Bill 2130, high-profile legislation by Oklahoma House Speaker Kris Steele and supported by Gov. Mary Fallin, passed in mid-March with only 51 votes and then headed for the Senate.
Raise your hand if you want state government to decide what
birth control method you can use, what type of fertility treatments are
available to you, or how to make medical decisions involving a
life-threatening pregnancy complication.